SensibleVision delivers secure multi-factor authentication to mobile devices
CAPE CORAL, Fla.–SensibleVision, a long time developer of 3D facial recognition technology, today confirmed that its 3DVerify solution provides a much more robust and virtually spoof proof approach to mobile authentication based on the recent hack of an Apple iPhone X using a 3D printed mask as well as other security-related flaws.
George Brostoff, CEO of Sensible Vision, said, “For those of us who have been in the biometric security business for a while – our company’s involvement goes back over twelve years – we knew that it was not a matter of ‘if’ Apple’s iPhone X Face ID would be hacked but rather ‘when.’ Here we are, barely two weeks after the much-hyped release of Apple’s flagship mobile device, and a cybersecurity firm in Vietnam has already cracked the new phone using a 3D printed mask. The broader implications of this kind of spoofing include increased risk when using applications like Apple Pay where secure authentication is critical.”
Even an authentication solution based on a sophisticated technology like 3D face recognition is simply not as secure as the simultaneous multi-factor approach provided by 3DVerify. By concurrently registering a robust 3D face scan with another element – a gesture, fingerprint, a secret shape or GPS location – users get fast, intuitive and secure access to their mobile devices delivered by a solution that is virtually immune to spoofing by a mask, image or video. This approach provides mobile security with none of the typical user frustration and delays.
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SensibleVision is a global leader in multi-factor biometric-driven authentication technologies leveraging facial recognition. For more than a decade, their patented face authentication and continuous security technology has helped banks, technology companies and other organizations reduce fraud. Their flagship solutions offer quick and continuous authentication for computers, tablets, smartphones and mobile apps. For more information, please visit SensibleVision.